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The 2006-2015 Outlook for the Pork Market in Russia

121 Pages Business Statistics, LLC March 02, 2011 SKU: BSTC6729235

For the past five years retail sales of pork in Russia have been showing a positive growth dynamics. During the period from 2006 to 2010 the sales volume increased from 535.3 thousand tons to 731.6 thousand tons. According to BusinesStat, in 2011 the volume of retail sales of pork will rise to 746.7 thousand tons.

Along with the retailing, the volume of pork supply to the public catering and industrial processing will grow in 2011 as well. In 2010 the industry used 1,607 thousand tons of pork for manufacture of meat products instead of 1,528 thousand tons in 2009. Restaurants and cafes purchased 88 thousand tons of pork for cooking instead of 86 thousand tons in 2009.

Simultaneously with the growth of the commercial trade of pork, the private sector is decreasing production of pork for internal consumption. While in 2010 private households consumed 701 thousand tons of self-produced pork, in 2011 the volume of self-production will drop to 696 thousand tons.

Private households produce an amount of pork comparable to that of agricultural enterprises. While private households manufacture 700 thousand tons of pork, agricultural farms produce about 1,460 thousand tons of the same type of meat.

The Russian meat processing industry remains highly dependent on the imported raw materials. In 2010 Russian agricultural enterprises manufactured 1,459.6 thousand tons of pork with the import volume of 813.7 thousand tons. Over a half of the imported pork was delivered from Brazil and Germany. Brazil supplied 217.5 thousand tons of frozen pork, and Germany exported 106.9 thousand tons to Russia. Belarus is the biggest supplier of pork to Russia of the CIS countries. In 2010, it brought in about 30 thousand tons of pork. Part of it is imported chilled.

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The 2006-2015 Outlook for the Pork Market in Russia

Business Statistics, LLC
March 02, 2011

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